Exploring the Science of an Iroquois Garden
Every other Tuesday beginning June 17 to August 26, 2014 5:30 p.m. to 7 p.m.
200 NY Route 169
Little Falls, NY 13365
Open to Girl Scouts in grades K–10, adults, and non-registered girls
Horticulture is the art and science of growing fruits, flowers, and vegetables. Humans and horticulture are closely tied! People from all cultures of the world have practiced horticulture methods for thousands of years. This program focuses on the science behind Iroquois garden methods, exploring the foods, customs, and stories that evolved from the planting of corn, beans, and squash—the Three Sisters!
An adult must attend with each group of girls.
This program will bring alive the Daisy “Between Earth and Sky” and the Senior “Sow What?” journeys from the It's Your Planet—Love It! series. This program could also supplement the Junior “Gardener” badge.
Participant Fee: $20 per girl
Minimum # of participants: 8 girls; 2 adults
Maximum # of participants: 25 girls; 5 adults
To register for this program, go to the GSNYPENN online registration site. If you are not currently a registered Girl Scout, please use our Program Registration Form to register for this program.
Registration Deadline: Tuesday, June 3, 2014.
If you are unable to register on-line, you can submit a Program Registration form by mail, by fax, or by email. We recommend registering on-line however, to reserve your space in this program more quickly. All program slots are “first come, first served.” Read our Council Registration and Refund Policy.
If you have non-registration questions about this program, please e-mail the program coordinator or call her at (315) 733-2391, ext. 2124.